Otago Daily Times:

Rugby: Twenty-two signed but not yet named

Rugby: Twenty-two signed but not yet named

The Highlanders have already signed 22 players for next year and are due to maintain all the key performers from this season.

Cricket: Cook advised to step down by ex-England captains

Cricket: Cook advised to step down by ex-England captains

Beleaguered England captain Alastair Cook should step down and take a break from the sport to avoid suffering from a damaging burnout that could end his career, a number of former England captains said.

Football: Hammers a highlight for Sigmund

Football: Hammers a highlight for Sigmund

Ben Sigmund has played 31 times for the All Whites, gone to a World Cup and helped the Wellington Phoenix to one game shy of a grand final, but he still rates tonight's pre-season match with English Premier League side West Ham United the highlight of his career.

Basketball: King reigns supreme for Varsity

Basketball: King reigns supreme for Varsity

Sam King erupted for a game-high 43 points as Varsity A (3-9) beat the Bombers (9-4) 97-86 in a men's A grade game on Saturday.

League: Coach optimistic Hurrell will take to the field

League: Coach optimistic Hurrell will take to the field

Warriors centre Konrad Hurrell is in doubt for Sunday's clash against the Manly Sea Eagles after suffering a head knock during Saturday night's 28-22 loss to the Brisbane Broncos.

Netball: Bates shines in College win

Netball: Bates shines in College win

College A gave Southern Tui nowhere to hide as it charged to a 72-30 win in the premier game at the Edgar Centre on Saturday.

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